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I'm new to Genesis and still figuring out all of its hooks. I am using genesis_before_comments to create a new content area to place a newsletter signup form in. When I use the WordPress commenting system I'm able to create this area without any trouble. As soon as I install and activate Disqus the entire new content area vanishes.
I think the problem has something to do with how Disqus overwrites the classes to its own proprietary nomenclature. I'm curious if anyone has a workaround they'd be willing to share with me. Thanks for your help!http://ledwithwebsolutions.com/help-us-choose-our-logo/
Thanks! that helped for us... we're using foodie pro, and was wracking my head around this. Changed in the widget-area.php from genesis_before_comments to genesis_entry_footer (for those who have this same problem).
You can see the end result here (plus you get a great recipe 🙂
This was a huge help trying to add an Banner ad after the content and before the comments....
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